Villa Alberti, Pinot Grigio, Veneto IGT

$ 7.56 $ 6
750 ml

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Wine experts say this White wine delivers as advertised. The aromas of apricot, melon and herb are clean, floral and intense. And the flavors of grapefruit, orange and peach are sweet but persist into a long finish, making it a great apéritif. This is a really good value, a good value at a bargain basement price. It is dry, firm and bone dry, with complex flavors of pineapples, pears, green apples, vanilla meringue pie, vanilla custard and crème brûlée. Crisp acidity makes it clean and crisp. Production was 1,685 cases. A blend of 66% Syrah and 34% Cabernet Sauvignon, this is exceedingly aromatic, with notes of sweet smoke, mint, cocoa powder and secondary-grape flavors. Give it until 1965 to see it at its best; at least it`s a little more elegant.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as promised, with plenty of forward fruit and some oak influence to the tannins. You`ll also recognize aromas of fudge, red cherry and prune. It`s fresh and forward, but there`s enough buttery influence that it almost finishes it off. Faintly nutty notes of toasted almond contrast spicy lemon and almond paste notes in this semi-sweet Riesling. Dry on the palate, with fruit flavors of green apple and pineapple, it`s pleasant for a basic white wine, but comes with a veneer of elegance. Light, fresh and fruity, this is an attractive, immediately drinkable wine. It has lively acidity, a tangy orange-zest texture and fine, intensely perfumed acidity. Screwcap.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as promised, with aromas of apricot, pineapple, vanilla and butterscotch. It`s dry, but there`s enough acidity to keep the pulse up. Structured yet linear in style, it offers custard, pear and peach flavors, with a proper, peppery bite to the finish. No, that too-stylish Syrah. Doesn`t offer much more, and in this context it`s because it`s a little on the thin side. It starts with aromas of chocolate-covered cherry, raspberry and vanilla, then follows with flavors that run toward tobacco and baked plum. Soft and candied, but the texture is where this wine is at, best for near-term drinking. This is a slightly sweet and very accessible Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Its apricot and pineapple aromas offer easy peach and melon flavors, with a slight spritz and a fringe of sugar. Drink now.
Wine experts say this White wine delivers as it should. It`s dry, brisk in acidity and ultrarefined, with flavors of pear, white peach, citrus, vanilla and toasted vanilla oak. The length, concentration and balance are outstanding. Wonderful now, but it should improve for decades. Sourced from vines planted in 1965, this is seductive even though it`s decades old and aromas have mellowed. There`s a voluptuous edge to the berry flavors, as well, while the mouthfeel is smooth and creamy. This has yet to blossom into a sophisticated wine, but there`s an appealing streak of citrus and natural acidity. Drink now. Polished and well crafted, this has earthy aromas of truffle, tobacco, coffee and black spices. The palate is a bit reserved, but there`s ample acidity, making the flavors linger on the finish. Dry, spicy, earthy berry aromas are mildly herbal, leathery.

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